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Can we apply historical precedence to a market machination with uniquely distinct structural elements?

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  • After five straight triple digit sessions, what does Bonnie Tyler have in store for us today?

  • Was a squeezy upside breeze intuitive ahead of Bennie and the Feds?

  • And was the eye-popping rally in Fannie Mae all you needed to know that we were gonna close on the highs?

  • So, did I fade (read: short) the spike into first resistance at S&P 1460?

  • Do you really believe that the powers that be didn't see the mortgage malaise on the horizon?

  • Isn't time the arbiter of all fate?

  • Don't the sharpest rallies occur in the context of a bear market?

  • Do we need one more lift to fulfill the path of maximum frustration?

  • Won't we have plenty of time to make our beds, er, bets before the FOMC statement at 2:15 EST?

  • Do you see that Fed Fund Futes have priced in one quarter-point rate cut and put the odds of an additional cut at 40%?

  • Wouldn't you be a little peeved if you invested in a Bear Stearns (BSC) hedge fund and learned that any remaining assets were tied up off-shore?

  • Why not?

  • Are you interested in test-driving Professor Jeff Cooper's daily trading service?

  • Have we dutifully communicated that the content in that report will be in addition to what Minyans will continue to receive on News & Views and Buzz & Banter?

  • After all, haven't other financial media platforms destroyed any sense of community by attempting to up-sell their readers and bifurcating the content?

  • Do you think Bob Nardelli will be financially frayed if the Chrysler gig fails to pay?

  • If you're a secular bull in energy and metals, shouldn't you be licking your chops as supply fills in?

  • Isn't a crude correction down to the mid-sixties bullish in the context of a longer-term story?

  • Is there a better bond brain than Professor Bennet Sedacca?

  • Can we apply historical precedence to a market machination with uniquely distinct structural elements?

  • Game on-the Yanks are ½ game out of the playoff chase?

  • Did you see that the Hedge Fund Research Index was off over 3% the week of July 27?

  • But wait, Goldman Sachs' Global Alpha Hedge Fund fell almost 12% in the last two weeks, bringing this year's decline to 16%?

  • Wow, was I really that heavy back in December?

  • Why does Macau remind me of THE CRAW?

  • When is the last time you revisited the Ten Trading Commandments?

  • Wasn't it Horace Greeley who once said "Fame is a vapor, popularity an accident, and riches take wings. Only one endures and that is character."?

  • In that vein, isn't a cast of metaphorical characters precisely what we need to chew through this market dew?


R.P.

No positions in stocks mentioned.

Todd Harrison is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Minyanville. Prior to his current role, Mr. Harrison was President and head trader at a $400 million dollar New York-based hedge fund. Todd welcomes your comments and/or feedback at todd@minyanville.com.

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